Pusuu Paunksneja

Dariaus ir Gireno 25, Palanga, 5720, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... spit called Nida. Everyone wanted coffee but after an hour on the bus I took a walk around and found some great sculptures of little gnome people. The buildings all over the Spit are painted red, the roofs blue and the fringes white to present land, water and sky.
We hiked through pine, blue spruce and burch forests covered in lichen and moss, with mushrooms growing everywhere, to the big sand dune, Sklandytoju dune, where you'll find a massive sun ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... small. Having burned down twice and then almost being leveled during WWII, there is not much town left. The history of Lithuania is one of repeated domination by other countries, Germany, Prussia, Sweden, Soviet Russia and finally independence in 1991. The old town is very charming. It was a beautiful cool day to walk and since it was Sunday, we were the ...

Ferry across the ?????

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... a short trip across but was the followed by 20 kms of gravel roads....and if there's one thing I hate more than cobbles it's gravel....

Stopped at a road side picnic spot for lunch, all very pleasant.....

Arrived in Kliepeda without any issues, found the guest house which appears to be the bottom floor in a council tower block....may have to put the lock on the bike tonight.....

We make it back again!

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... colony. We find ourselves in Juodkrante before lunch but have to back-track a few kilometres to locate this bird spectacle. The birds have inhabited this region for so long that the pine trees have died off, leaving a large area of sparsely clad trees. Alastair is lucky enough to have been singled out for a special deposit from a passing Cormorant. Gisela is in search of a local artist who might be able to show us a few paintings, but he ...

In search of gem stones

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... the route, where we can look out over a lagoon. Cormorants and ducks are aplenty and there are even a few swans. Further down the track we catch sight of a stork.

We arrive in Palanga after midday, and the tourists have found the beach. By the time we arrive there are thousands of people on the beach as far as the eye can see. It is sufficient that we just walk a small stretch along the pier and observe the swimmers - it is Sunday after all.


This hotel, located on Dariaus ir Gireno 25, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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